Apple delays policy to limit third-party tracking in kids apps, fields developer concerns

Apple earlier this year announced plans to limit third-party tracking technology in kids apps as part of an initiative to protect youngsters from unwanted advertisements, but the company has delayed those plans as it works to get developers up to speed with the new regulations. AppleInsider – Frontpage News

Twitter makes it easier to tell when a tweet is removed for policy violations

Twitter announced today that it is making several changes in how it handles reported tweets and deleted tweets. First and foremost, the company is making it clearer when a tweet is deleted due to violations of its policy. more… The post Twitter makes it easier to tell when a tweet is removed for policy violations […]

Apple shifts policy, says third-party screen repairs no longer void iPhone warranty

Apple is apparently changing its long-standing policy regarding third-party iPhone screen repairs. According to a memo sent to Apple retail employees, a customer having their device’s screen repaired by a third-party source no longer voids their warranty like it once did… more… Filed under: Apple 9to5Mac

Apple CEO Tim Cook on Immigration Executive Order: ‘It is Not a Policy We Support’

Apple CEO Tim Cook today sent an email to employees speaking out against the immigration executive order that United States President Donald Trump signed yesterday afternoon. In the letter, shared with MacRumors by an Apple employee, Cook says Trump’s order is “not a policy we support.” Cook goes on to say that Apple’s HR, Legal […]